This is my first opportunity to photograph hummingbirds. I could have photographed them the entire day. So enchanting. Date: April 2017 Location: Dallas Arboretum Camera: … Continue reading Hummingbirds
About a month ago Beatrice and Bartholomew had a wedding at the Dallas Arboretum. If you missed it, click here and here. The wedding photographer finally released photos from their wedding reception. The dancing started out pretty tame. But once the Frappuccino … Continue reading The Wedding Reception of the Year!
…one card at a time. I recently volunteered to make Easter cards for the elderly. I didn’t know how many I’d make – nor how I’d … Continue reading Design, create and manufacture happiness…
Now that it’s spring, everyone is antsy to shake the winter blues. Tom and his wife Heather, are no exception. They went to their favorite hideaway … Continue reading Fishing & Canoeing
Edna and her dog, Henry live in a tiny cave at Jackson Woods. Most people have learned to avoid the area. Edna can be pretty intimidating. Date: March 25, 2017 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: … Continue reading Edna
You might remember a post last month featuring Beatrice and Bartholomew’s wedding at the Dallas Arboretum. Here are more photos from the momentous day. Camera: Rockalita … Continue reading Wedding Photos
I purchased an app that reported 100 percent chance of rain last Sunday. I was devastated. Weekends are for outdoor adventures. I felt cheated out of a weekend. Fortunately, my concerns and the rain cleared after having lunch. (I have … Continue reading Rainy Day
Recently I was interviewed by Joanne Banko, a colleague in the sewing and embroidery industry. At first I was intimidated – there are plenty of other people that are more talented and skilled. What information could I possibly share with her readers? It turns out, I found a few things to say and had a blast doing it. Joanne and I share similar goals. We aim to do our best in everything we do. I suspect that’s why we have worked together so well for many years. Please visit Joanne Banko’s blog to read the interview. It is quite a privilege … Continue reading I had an interview